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Welcome to The Critical Path--the home for community happenings and events on ProjectManagement.com! This is where you'll find community news, updates, upcoming events, featured member posts and more. We'll also be showcasing hot topics in the project management arena and bringing you interviews with industry experts. The Critical Path is our primary way of getting news out to members, so be sure to check back for updates!

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The PMI Organizational Agility Conference 2015 is Setting the Stage for Innovation. Are You Ready?

The roles of project, program and portfolio managers are changing at an exponential rate. Changes in technology, new competitors, high demands—all require you to be more agile. Yet, you can’t pivot to change as quickly as you need to. So how do you convince your company to be more agile?

 

Join us 15 September 2015 for the PMI 2015 Organizational Agility Conference: Setting the Stage for Innovation. It’s virtual, it’s value-packed, and it’s available only to PMI members.

 

PMI 2015 Organizational Agility Conference brings to your desk new and innovative ideas on today’s hottest agility topics such as Hyperagility and the emerging role of DevOps.

 

After the conference, you’ll know how to bring your organization closer to this norm, with practical tools and techniques for:

 

  • Agile planning
     
  • Adapting to non-stop change—both internal and external
     
  • Getting ahead of changes on the horizon
     
  • Positioning for success in a constantly evolving environment
     

Copy the web address below into your browser to access the registration page. Get your enterprise ahead of the curve—and the competition.

https://vts.inxpo.com/scripts/Server.nxp?LASCmd=AI:4;F:QS!10100&ShowKey=26344

Posted by Kenneth A. Asbury on: July 22, 2015 12:10 AM | Permalink | Comments (10)

Searching for Knowledge from a PMO Jedi, you are?

Are you a PMO leader seeking to learn form subject matter experts that can provide guidance and best practices that can help you advance your PMO, then ProjectManagement.com's PMO Workshop is for you! In 2015, Mark Price Perry, Andy Jordan and Dave Prior are focusing on Building the Hybrid PMO that's Business Driven, Agile and Effective. Join us to learn, share and connect with other PMO leaders just like you.

Workshop dates and locations:

Seattle, WA - July 9-10

Boston, MA - July 23-24

Atlanta, GA - September 8-9

San Francisco, CA - September 24-25

Scottsdale, AZ - October 15-16

To learn more, click here.

jedi photo courtesy: nationstates.net

Posted by Kenneth A. Asbury on: June 12, 2015 09:29 AM | Permalink | Comments (1)

Save my Project, Save, Save my Project

Is your project in trouble? Do you need to increase your defensive knowledge that will prevent your project from entering the danger zone? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you need to join us for the 2015 PMI Scheduling Conference. This virtual event takes place next Wednesday, 17 June from 9:30am - 6pm ET. Our keynote presenter, Frank Saladis, PMP, PMI Fellow, can give you great insights on how you can navigate the murky waters of project execution and avoid the pitfalls that can put your project at risk of failure. His presentation entitled Saving Your Troubled Project: From Tragedy to Triumphant! begins at 10:00am ET.

Frank Saladis, PMP, PMI Fellow

 

Click here to register. We hope to (virtually)see you there!

Posted by Kenneth A. Asbury on: June 09, 2015 09:39 PM | Permalink | Comments (1)

Find some friends, Give a rating

So you are new to the neighborhood, it's time to get out and meet some friends. I would start by looking at the topics that interest you under Practices. Take a peek at the articles, blogs and discussions that are going on. What's trending in those practice areas? Who's talking about it? Do you have a comment or opinion that you would like to add? These are questions that we all ask when we are new on the block. Don't be shy. Give a rating or leave a comment to the content that interest you. Once you get the hang of that, start adding some new friends to your network. I'm surprised how fast my network has grown and I look forward to engaging with new people.

  

Posted by Kenneth A. Asbury on: March 06, 2015 04:48 PM | Permalink | Comments (0)
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